Roger Federer Net Worth

Roger Federer Net Worth : $180 Million


A Professional Swiss Tennis Player

Roger Federer Annual Income

$71 Million


Swiss, South African

Source of Wealth

Tennis, Endorsements

Years of Experience

15 Years (approx)

Date of Birth

8 August, 1981

Marital Status




Roger Federer’s Income & Total Net Worth

Having acquired the 8th place on the Forbes’ “Celebrity 100” list, and world’s number one tennis player, Roger Federer has obtained a net worth of $180 million through his power-packed tennis, and various endorsement deals. His exhibition tour to South America added $14 million to his income for six matches. As of June 2018, his prize money amounts to $64 million.


The highest-ranking athlete in the world, Roger Federer has made millions from his endorsements with Nike and Swiss companies, like Credit Suisse, Jura Elektroapparate, Lindt, and Rolex. He is the highest-earning athlete having endorsement deals with almost ten brands. Some other brands, which Roger sponsors, are Moët & Chandon, Wilson, Nationale Suisse, and Gillette. His 2010-endorsement with Mercedes-Benz China was a global partnership deal.

Properties: Private Fortune

Outside tennis court, Roger maintains a low-profile life and is a humble person. The same simplicity and humbleness are reflected from the lifestyle of this Swiss tennis ace. Roger owns an apartment in Dubai. He purchased this house because he wanted to practice in a different weather condition, out of his comfort zone.

He also has a splendid chalet in his native country in the Swiss village of Valbella, in the midst of glorious Swiss Alps. Roger also owns a lakeside penthouse in South of Zurich, in Wollerau, which is a prime location of Switzerland.

Roger Federer owns Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Roadster.

Roger Federer’s Career

Born in Basel, Switzerland, Roger’s tennis career started at Wimbledon in 1998, where he won both the single and doubles matches. In 2000, his first final came at the Marseille Open, where he lost the match against Marc Rosset. In 2001, Roger played along with Martina Hingis and won the Hopman Cup. He won his first ever Master Series event at the Hamburg Masters, in 2002, against Marat Safin. This victory placed Roger into the top ten lists of tennis players.

The breakthrough of Roger Federer was his first win in 2003, at the Wimbledon, which was followed by his triumphs in three Grand Slam singles. His first hard-court win was against Marat Safin, in the Australian Open, which made Roger Federer number one for the first time in the world of tennis.

Roger has played against and with various renowned tennis players, including Andy Roddick, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Andre Agassi, Lleyton Hewitt, etc.

The career achievements and accomplishments of Roger Federer include several awards and hours, such as:

  • European Sportsman of the Year
  • Sports Illustrated Tennis Player of the Year
  • ATP Player of the Year
  • International Tennis Writers Ambassador for Tennis
  • Laureus World Sportsman of the Year
  • BBC Overseas Sports Personality of the Year
  • Most Outstanding Athlete by the United States Sports Academy
  • The ‘Prix Orange’ Award

The above are just a glimpse of the tennis genius’ career and awards. He has a long way to go and will unquestionably create many milestones in his career ahead.


Roger supports numerous charities. To help the victims of Hurricane Katrina, in 2005, Roger auctioned his racquet and donated the proceeds. In 2006, he was appointed as the Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF. He also helped the victims of Haiti earthquake and Queensland floods. To promote sports and help disadvantaged people, Roger, along with his mother, founded Roger Federer Foundation.